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[audio]Labor Express for 9-4-05 - Jerry Mead
Our Labor Day 2005 episode features a half hour special produced by our friends at WIN looking back on events in the labor movement over the past year. (PLEASE EXCUSE MY REFERENCE TO AN INTERVIEW WITH HOWARD ZINN IN THIS PROGRAM--THE INTERVIEW IS ACTUALLY WITH ZINN'S CO-EDITOR ANTHONY ARNOVE). We also have a report on the struggle of Boilermakers Local 484 against Celanese Corp. in Meredosia Illinois where local police in the pay of the company terrorize union members...
Keywords: labor; Meredosia; Boilermakers; Katrina; solidarity; Chicago; work; union
Downloads: 64
[audio]SocorroLeos1 - Jerry Mead-Lucero
Interview with Socorro Leos of MIRA!(Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance) about the struggles of workers in Pascagoula, MS. post-Katrina, and the conditions faced by guest workers in the shipyards of the Gulf Coast.
Keywords: immigrant; workers; labor; justice; katrina; Pascagoula; Mississippi; mira; labor express; gulf coast; jerry; mead-lucero; socorro; leos
Downloads: 33
[audio]Lower9thNewOrleans-July-07 - Jerry Mead-Lucero
Post-Katrina Struggles in New Orleans: Katrina survivor, long time Lower 9th Ward resident, and Common Ground Collective activist Albert Bass, talks about living through the levee breach and the ongoing struggle for a right of return for Lower 9th Ward residents. Recorded in July of 2007.
Keywords: New Orleans; Katrina; lower 9th ward; common ground; labor express; justice; sustainable; ecological; race; housing; gentrification
Downloads: 102
[audio]LE9-9-07 - Jerry Mead-Lucero
This is the full 9-9-07 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Interview with Tim Bell of The Chicago Worker’s Collaborative, about the proposed policies changes by the Dept. Homeland Security in-regards to the Social Security “no match letters”, which could result in massive firings of undocumented and documented immigrant workers. Socorro Leos of the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance (MIRA!), talks about the struggles of migrant workers on the Gulf Coast, post-Katrina.
Keywords: labor; labor express; union; worker; justice; rights; Mississippi; MIRA!; immigrant; Socorro Leos; Katrina; Pascagoula; no match; social security; Tim Bell; Homeland Security
Downloads: 44
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